Cardi B wants Nigerian citizenship after Iranian general Qassem Soleimani killed in US airstrike

Interestingly, there were multiple fans who were more than willing to switch places with Cardi.


                            Cardi B wants Nigerian citizenship after Iranian general Qassem Soleimani killed in US airstrike
Cardi B (Rich Fury/Getty Images for Fashion Nova)

Cardi B has threatened to file for Nigerian citizenship after President Donald Trump's attack on Qassem Soleimani. The rapper, worried and stirred by the repercussions of the assassination of top Iranian general, shared on Twitter that the POTUS was putting American lives in danger with his dumb moves.

"Naaaaa these memes are fuckin. but shit ain’t no joke ! Specially being from New York .Its sad this man is putting Americans live in danger.Dumbest move Trump did till date ...I’m filing for my Nigerian citizenship," she tweeted. 

This tweet naturally triggered responses, some of which were in favor, others not so much. While one warned her against Nigeria because they have an erratic power supply, there were many who suggested her places she could flee to if not Nigeria. Interestingly, there were multiple fans who were more than willing to switch places with Cardi. 

"Dear Cardi B; you don't need to fill for new Nigerian citizenship, it takes too much time to process. You can have mine and give me yours, And also bring your family along, I have friends that will be honoured to exchange their citizenship with them too. Awaiting your feedback," a fan expressed.

"Cardi B, I am so much ready to give you my National ID Card while you give me your American passport," another wrote. 

On the work front, Cardi has been promoting her next album 'Tiger Woods' rigorously over the past couple of months, but there's been no release date marked to it yet. Even though she has had a smooth and successful 2019, with tracks such as 'Please Me' and 'Press' climbing the charts, Cardi is nervous about her next album. 

"I was never the type of person that worried about the success of music, but the pressure that people put on you when it comes to it, it gives you this pressure. And then, on top of that, I feel like music is changing. So I feel like I'm not really sure what people are looking for. But I'm just going to have fun in the studio and do what I like to do, and make what I would like to hear. I’m not worried about anybody else but myself," she told Forbes late last year.

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